Watch this Beautiful Pixar Like short Video just gone Viral and Guaranteed to bring Tears to your Eyes

Pixar is well known for its animated shorts that have the tendency to go viral. But now!! In a first of its kind, A Pixar like short film has moved away from tradition and explored a pressing issue faced by hundreds of LGBTQ youth trying to come to terms with their feelings. “In a Heartbeat” has taken the internet by storm with its cute theme of a young boy and his feelings for a handsome peer.

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In today’s world of intolerance towards such issues, the short has rightly made a step in the right direction where “In a Heartbeat” was put together by two Florida students, Beth David and Esteban Bravo of Ringling College of art and design and submitted as part of their animation thesis.

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1 The film showcases the essence of humanity

In a heartbeat is all of 4 minutes but within the time, it comes to life and lights up the screen as more than just a college project. Even as a same gender marriage is being hotly debated in the Australian parliament, the hardliners should watch the film to learn a thing or two at how humanity prevails for all. The film is about Sherwin a shy introverted gay boy fighting to keep his own heart within limits even as it keeps popping out helplessly in a rush of feelings for another handsome boy.

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The film has clocked more than 8 million views on YouTube since it was uploaded earlier this week. The film was produced by David and Bravo with the help of a Kickstarter fund of $$14,000 and ended up being the NO1 trending movie clip this week.

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2 A touching message against discrimination

The film is a bold but extremely humane and touching message to the LGBT youth showing them that it doesn’t hurt to explore and reveal their feelings. The hit of the film is the adorable jumping heart that could soon turn into a famous mascot for Pixar. After it had been viewed millions of times, social media was full of comments praising the movie.

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Adam Lambert tweeted “I Love this”.

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One twitter account by the name of Tori @ lightswood said “You’re wrong if you don’t think the short film, In A Heartbeat, is the cutest thing to come out of 2017 so far”.

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Others said “In a Heartbeat is beautiful, go an watch it”

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3 Watch the beautiful film

Viewers the world over have praised the film for its cute and honest portrayal of a shy gay boy embracing his love preferences in the wake of discrimination. Surprisingly though, the film’s original storyline did not have a gay theme. In an interview, student Beth David revealed “The original pitch was a story between a boy and a girl, but it wasn’t until we made it about a same-gender crush that the idea really started to take form and resonate with Esteban and I,”

Bravo added “There have been a few nods to the LGBTQ community in recent children’s programming, but it’s very rare that an LGBTQ character is given the spotlight, We tried to tell this story from a genuine place and be as emotionally honest as we could about how especially layered this experience is for LGBTQ kids.”

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So put on YouTube and watch In a Heartbeat. Without relating to the nature of its theme, you will still find it a cute and sweet short film. You can even watch the video below.

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